Eden Hazard have been linked with a move away from the Bridge, with Real Madrid touted as his likely destination. The Madrid club is believed to be eyeing the Belgian, as their possible replacement for Cristiano Ronaldo who departed to Juventus earlier in the summer.

Eden Hazard despite huge speculation have recently ruled out a move in the current season.

The Belgian said: “For the moment, I am happy”, “I have two more years of contract and we will see what will happen”. “Leave this year? I will not leave. I’m fine here, we’ll see what happens in a year or two.”

Chelsea have approached the player with an improved £300,000 a week contract extension offer in a bid to keep him in the club till 2023. Eden Hazard have excelled in the domestic division with two Premier league trophy and 2 FA cups but reports indicate that the Belgian has his eyes set on the UEFA champions league. The Belgian have also lifted the Europa League but wants to lift the biggest trophy of all.

The Blues last season finishing in fifth position meant that the will compete in the second tier of European football this season and its believed to be a set-back for the Belgium international. The Sun reports that the Belgian will only extends his deal with the club if the qualify for Champions league football next season. Reports have that signing a new contract does not mean that the Chelsea club will keep hold of the player.